The Real Problem With Fast Food

I have previously blogged about the fact that in talking about the obesity problem, we spend more time talking about ‘what’ people do than ‘why’ they do it.

I, for one, am convinced that addressing ‘what’ people do, without addressing ‘why’ people do so, is unlikely to change behaviour or provide any meaningful solutions.

This is perhaps best exemplified by the problem with fast food – which, is often enough, blamed for its putative role in this epidemic.

I have tried to put this idea into the following video (subscribers will have to head to my site to see it).

Appreciate all comments,

Edmonton, Alberta